Tag Archives: Education

Entrepreneur Program Focuses on Veterans

Entrepreneur and the Director of Patriot Boot Camp

Tech “bootcamp” to focus on helping Veterans and their families reach their entrepreneurial potential

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Veteran Achievement in Higher Education: How Data Tells the Story

Since the Post-9/11 GI Bill went into effect in 2009, VA has paid more than $38.9 billion in tuition and benefits to 1.16 million Veterans, Servicemembers and their families; and to the universities, colleges and trade schools they attend. Last …

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Veterans In Higher Education: America’s Smart Investment

President, CEO, Student Veterans of America; Army Veteran

Read about how Student Veterans of America is helping Veterans achieve their educational goals.

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2014 Tillman Military Scholars Application Now Open

Ten years ago this April, I lost my husband Pat while he was serving with the 75th Ranger Regiment in Afghanistan. During his life, Pat never stopped learning, leading and living the ideals he believed in. He was a soldier, …

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New GI Bill Comparison Tool Makes it Easier to Calculate Benefits

VA’s new Post-9/11 GI Bill Comparison Tool makes it easier for Veterans, service members, survivors, and dependents to calculate their education benefits at schools and programs across the country. Within just a few clicks, the comparison tool not only calculates …

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VA News digital: Services Showcase

Read more at: The Faces Behind VA Services – VA Services Showcase

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VA Offers New Tools to Ensure Post-9/11 GI Bill Beneficiaries are Informed Consumers

Deputy Undersecretary, Office of Economic Opportunity

A new comparison tool makes it easy to estimate Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits.

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The Faces Behind VA Services – VA Services Showcase

Sharing information on services for Veterans was the primary focus of the VA Services Showcase held VHA National Conference Center in Arlington, Va. on Wednesday, Jan. 29. Representatives from VA program offices, support services and Veteran-related organizations participated in the …

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2014 Winterhaven Stand Down: More than a Handout

The line of Veterans and their families at the Washington, D.C., VA Medical Center started forming early on Saturday, Jan. 25, for the 16th Winterhaven stand down. The frigid weather outside the facility only made the yearly outreach effort for …

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Becoming a Biomedical Engineer: One Veteran’s Transition From the Military to a Civilian Career

Public Affairs Officer, VA National Center for Patient Safety

A Veteran’s combat lifesaver training drew him towards a post-military education towards a biomedical engineering career.

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